March 16, 2011 | last updated May 31, 2012 4:31 pm

Anomatic announces $1.2M CT expansion

Ohio metal processor Anomatic Corp. announced a $1.2 million expansion of its Naugatuck plant that it says will increase facility's output of treated metals by 70 percent.

The expansion will increase the capacity of the facility from 300 million to 500 million stamped components annually, thanks to 10 new metal stamping presses.

The company anodizes aluminum packaging, which increases the natural oxide layer on the product surface.

Anomatic also built a comprehensive tool and die shop at the facility.

"This new addition of presses at our Connecticut facility will not only allow us to increase our overall production, but also allow us to meet our clients' needs more quickly and efficiently, making the Connecticut facility our center of excellence for metal stamping and tool building," Anomatic president Scott Rusch said in a statement.

Based in Ohio, Anomatic also has satellite facilities in Paris and China.

In 2010, Anomatic says it anodized 950 million parts.

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